Just a modest sampling; The Upper West Side is alive with dining choices for every taste and budget. Be it great chefs; ethnic cuisine you haven’t dared to try yet; New York’s world famous pizza, bagels and deli; candles & handholding where Harry Met Sally; the world’s really best hot dog or even Glatt Kosher Everything, you will want for nothing. Oh yes, there’s a zillion Starbuck’s!
If you look at menupages.com, and select UPPER WEST SIDE, you will have menus, prices, reviews and can even make reservations before you leave home.
PARK 79 brings a true touch of an Old World boutique hotel to the Upper West Side, one of New York’s most dynamic neighborhoods.
Isabella’s Restaurant serves casually sophisticated, market-fresh Mediterranean cuisine on the Upper West Side, New York City.
A fabulous New York seafood restaurant with fresh sushi, raw bar selections and long-time signatures, like the crab crusted Mahi Mahi, continue to impress seafood lovers across the city.
Dovetail offers an intimate dining experience showcasing Chef John Fraser’s award-winning contemporary American cuisine and creative use of seasonal, farm-fresh ingredients.
Exciting Latin fare, creative and bold, with unique cocktails, incredible desserts. Great brunch.
Strictly vegan and wonderful. Outdoor seating, modern interior. Perfect brunch choice.
Shake Shack sprouted from a hot dog cart in Madison Square Park in Manhattan created by Danny Meyer’s Union Square Hospitality Group (USHG) to support the Madison Square Park Conservancy’s first art installation.
Luxury Japanese cuisine, beautifully created for the eye, freshest selections for taste.
Comfort food, home cooking...at night it morphs into a cozy, full-service restaurant dishing up ample portions of perennial favorites.
This famous baker and preserves created now has several restaurants in NYC—this is her original site and worth your visit for American cuisine.
Wonderful! Beautiful! Greek food served in a friendly, open setting. Signature dishes, like Baccala, Grilled Octopus, Hilopita, and Tsoutsoukakia (voted New York’s Best)